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LINGUIST List 22.1913

Mon May 02 2011

Confs: Anthro Ling, Socioling/Austria

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        1.     Sebastian Drude , 54 International Congress of Americanists

Message 1: 54 International Congress of Americanists
Date: 02-May-2011
From: Sebastian Drude <Sebastian.Drudegmail.com>
Subject: 54 International Congress of Americanists
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54 International Congress of Americanists
Short Title: 54 ICA

Date: 15-Jul-2012 - 20-Jul-2012
Location: Vienna, Austria
Contact: Organizing Committee
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://ica2012.univie.ac.at/

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

'Building Dialogues in the Americas'

The International Congress of Americanists has the longest interdisciplinary tradition of studies on this subject. It has been convened uninterruptedly since 1875 (when the first ICA was held in Nancy, France), with venues alternating between the Americas and Europe. Originally organized every two years, since 1976 the ICA is being held every three years. In the last two decades, congresses were held in the Netherlands (Amsterdam 1988), United States (New Orleans 1991), Sweden (Stockholm-Uppsala 1994), Ecuador (Quito 1997), Poland (Warsaw 2000), Chile (Santiago 2004), Spain (Seville 2006) and Mexico (Mexico City 2009).

Americanist scholarship is marked by a vibrant diversity of ontological, epistemological, and methodological questions. Since its inception, Americanists have gathered at ICA meetings to discuss empirical and normative scholarship, liberal and conservative politics, positivist and post-positivist perspectives, as well as activists and theoretical approaches, among other things. While these specializations often have been artificially separated, we aim to facilitate sharing of insights, questions, methods and viewpoints that could foster dynamic dialogues.

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